The RJD looks set to emerge as the single-largest party in the House with 77 seats, having won 55 and leading in 22.
The BJP, which has won 48 seats and is leading in 24, will finish second with 72 seats likely in its kitty.
The AIMIM of Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has sprung a surprise, clinching four seats in the Seemanchal region having a large Muslim population and is leading in one seat.
Its Grand Democratic Secular Front (GDSF) ally, the BSP, has pocketed one seat.
Chirag Paswan’s LJP, which had walked out of the NDA just ahead of the polls and gone to the hustings alone, finally opened its account, winning just one seat. It is not leading in any of the seats where results are pending.
An Independent candidate also won.